Category: Fishing

The Seasons of Saskatchewan: Autumn

For the third post in our four-part blog series, we’ll cover weather predictions and outdoor activities during autumn in Saskatchewan. The captivating thing about autumn, is the beauty of the dying leaves and migrating birds. The colors in Saskatchewan during fall are an aesthetically stunning display, sure to put anyone into a Stendhal-syndrome like daze…. Read more »

The Seasons of Saskatchewan: Summer

Canada’s weather is something you want to be ready for, despite the time of year. This is part two of our four-part blog series touching on how the weather affects your stay in Saskatchewan. The summers here open up a myriad of various activities like boating, canoeing, and camping. Saskatchewan has several regional parks and… Read more »

Fly Fishing Increasing in Popularity in Canada

Fly-fishing continues to grow in popularity after several studies highlighted the outstanding benefits of fly-fishing. New anglers join our cause weekly, and to you newcomers we say- “Welcome! Here are a few tips for getting started”. First, you must know- it is not the fish you are after. “Fishing is much more than fish. It… Read more »

A Handy Tool for Every Fisherman – iFish

There’s a new app for your phone that has been specifically designed for anglers looking to embark on a fishing trip in Saskatchewan and Reindeer Lake. Technology is at its best again with the innovative iFish app. This unique app provides just about every piece of information a fisherman would need when fishing in Saskatchewan…. Read more »

An Introduction to the Basics of Fly Fishing: The Equipment

Fly fishing angling is arguably one of the more difficult fishing techniques to learn, it takes focus and precision along with patience to master. With the help from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, we will go over basic points, in the next few posts, to becoming a fly-fishing expert. So, let’s start off with… Read more »

2012 – 2013 Saskatchewan Angler’s Guide & Season Information

With just a few months left in the 2012-2013 fishing season, let’s take a look at what lies ahead for fishing in Saskatchewan. The 2012 Saskatchewan Angler’s Guide proposes future changes for next season. Currently, we are looking at limit changes on trout, but so far no mention of walleye or pike. The changes also… Read more »

Fishing For Walleye during the Winter Months

As you may well know, the best time to catch walleyes is during semi or total darkness, as walleyes are “low light condition feeders.” Walleyes are adapted to capture their prey in very low light, when their prey has limited vision. The most fervent walleye anglers are never looking to catch during the daylight, sticking… Read more »

Catch and Release Fishing

So, you want to participate in catch and release fishing. Although it sounds like a simple concept, there are some points to remember when catching and releasing, to ensure the highest chance of fish survival. Since the main idea behind catch and release fishing is the conservation of native fish, it is important that we,… Read more »

Some recent catches on Reindeer Lake!

In the next few posts, we’re going to feature some photos of catches from our guests at Lawrence Bay Lodge. The northern pike are biting like you wouldn’t believe and we have some proof! Check out the great catches from Dan Greene on July 23! First, we have his 41 inch northern pike, not the… Read more »

Northern Pike Fishing Equipment

I just wanted to take the opportunity to highlight some proper equipment for northern pike fishing. Yes, a lot of getting that monster pike depends on proper navigation and a bit of luck. But, I think I read once that luck occurs when proper preparation meets opportunity – and equipment has a lot of stake… Read more »

Fishing Continues to be Great and Lawrence Bay Lodge!

Let me tell you, no other location in the world will give you an experience like Reindeer Lake! This past week, we had 6 fish caught over 40 inches in length! Our longest last week was 49 inches! Our guests are having a blast and we’re having fun with everyone. The weather has been really… Read more »